Chrome

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Chrome browser is a product from Google and it is based on open source code Chromium. Its feature include:

  • Google Chrome Extensions
  • Translation in the browser
  • Tabbed browsing
  • Themes
  • Omnibox - to type both web addresses and searches in Chrome
  • Incognito mode - Record website visits
  • Fast to load, browse, search and run application
  • Safe browsing
  • Auto update
  • Sandboxing

http://www.google.com/chrome

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